Here’s the thing about dating app bios: Most of them are incredibly bad. Most dating app bios are too long and too boring, especially for something people might not even be reading.
A lot of users, particularly on swipe apps like Tinder and Bumble, seem to think that furnishing a batch of “fun facts” in their bio is the key to profile success. But this isn’t inevitably the lawsuit.
“I don’t need to know that someone love travel, craft beverage, and hiking. Likewise, everyone enjoys to trip. Stop saying you love to travel, ” one swiper, Anna, clarified. “I feel exchanging those details are what a first date is for anyway. I favor a bio that shows the person is clever or has a personality.”
That’s why we’re here to preach for the “one really good joke” bio: short, clever, and never more than two sentences.
Tinder bio of the week: “I aspire to own a Dyson”
— Grainne McCall (@ cutebutbitter) September 20, 2018
Of course, you can’t simply pick only any two convicts. There is some garbage that you should never, under any circumstances, put in your bio. For instance, the word “wanderlust” is stupid and should never appear anywhere , no matter how much you like mountains. The same goes for the following 😛 TAGEND
Your dislike for Instagram and Snapchat face filters.( No one cares if you don’t like them, and you will not make anyone stop using them .)
The identifies of international airports you have been to.
Name plummeting of any kind.
A bunch of fake positive “reviews” written by Oprah or the Washington Post or whatever. Not good.
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